Cool photo memories from November 2016.

Back in November 2016, San Diego experienced grief, renewed hope, and colorful festivals celebrating another holiday season. It’s time for Cool San Diego Sights to remember a few things that were happening five years ago!

Coming up are links to past blog posts full of memory. You’ll see images of a historic groundbreaking in Balboa Park, a last goodbye to Anthony’s on the waterfront, and even 2016 Christmas on the Prado, which was held in late November. You’ll enjoy a hike at Mission Trails and tour San Diego’s oldest building, too!

Click the following links for many photographs…

San Diego history comes alive at Fall Back Festival!

New Barrio Logan mural honors four lost lives.

The oldest building in San Diego is a golf Pro Shop!

A hike from Kumeyaay Lake to the Old Mission Dam.

Groundbreaking at Balboa Park’s International Cottages!

Last chance to enjoy Anthony’s at the waterfront.

Father Joe’s Villages Thanksgiving Day 5K helps homeless.

Photos from Christmas on the Prado!

This blog now features thousands of photos around San Diego! Are you curious? There’s lots of cool stuff to check out!

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

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